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BS EN ISP 11183-3:1995



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Information technology. International standardized profiles AOM1n OSI management. Management communications CMISE/ROSE for AOM11. Basic management communications

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1. Scope
1.1 General
1.2 Position within the Taxonomy
1.3 Scenario
2. Normative references
3. Definitions
3.1 Base standard support
3.2 Profile support level
3.2.1 Supported
3.2.2 Optionally supported
3.2.3 Conditionally supported
3.2.4 Excluded
3.2.5 Outside the scope
3.2.6 Not applicable
4. Abbreviations
5. Conformance
5.1 Conformance statement
5.2 Relationships with base standards
5.2.1 ACSE conformance
5.2.2 Presentation layer conformance
5.2.3 Transfer syntax conformance
5.2.4 Session layer conformance
5.2.5 Prerequisite requirement
5.3 Pragmatic PDU size limitation
6. Associated Control Service Element (ACSE)
6.1 Association establishment
6.2 Association normal release
6.3 Association abnormal release
6.4 Application entity title
6.5 Application context
6.6 Abort APDU
7. Presentation layer
7.1 Presentation Functional Units
7.2 Presentation context identifier
7.3 Transfer syntax name in PDV-list
7.4 Encoding of User data parameter
7.5 Encoding of CPC-type value
7.6 Presentation selector size
7.7 Default context
7.8 Presentation context definition result list
7.9 Invalid encoding and Presentation aborts
8. Transfer syntax
8.1 Tag values
8.2 ASN.1 length fields
8.3 Integer type values
8.4 Bitstring type values
8.5 EXTERNAL data type
8.6 PDV-list data type
8.7 Constructed encoding
9. Session layer
9.1 Session Functional Units required
9.2 Session version
9.3 Basic concatenation
9.4 Session segmenting
9.5 Re-use of transport connection
9.6 Use of transport expedited
9.7 Receipt of invalid SPDUs
A. ISPICS Requirements List of ACSE, for the use by
       ROSE and CMISE
A.1 General
A.2 Supported Functions and Initiator/Responder
A.2.1 Supported Functions
A.2.2 Initiator/Responder Capability
A.2.3 Functional Units
A.3 Supported normal mode APDUs
A.4 Supported normal mode parameters
A.4.1 A-associate-request APDU (AARQ)
A.4.2 A-associate-response APDU (AARE)
A.4.3 A-release-request APDU (RLRQ)
A.4.4 A-release-response APDU (RLRE)
A.4.5 Abort APDU (ABRT)
A.5 AE Title syntax name forms
A.6 Authentication value forms
A.7 Meaning of Conditional Statements
B. ISPICS Requirements List of Presentation, for the
       use by ROSE and CMISE
B.1 General
B.2 Capabilities, Protocol Mechanisms and Functional
B.2.1 Initiator/Responder Capabilities
B.2.2 Protocol Mechanisms
B.2.3 Functional Units
B.3 Supported PPDUs and equivalents
B.3.1 Kernel Functional Unit
B.3.2 Presentation Context Management Functional Unit
B.3.3 Presentation Context Restoration Functional Unit
B.4 Supported Parameters
B.4.1 Connect Presentation (CP) PPDU
B.4.2 Connect Presentation Accept (CPA) PPDU
B.4.3 Connect Presentation Reject (CPR) PPDU
B.4.4 Abnormal Release User (ARU) PPDU
B.4.5 Abnormal Release Provider (ARP) PPDU
B.4.6 Alter Context (AC) PPDU
B.4.7 Alter Context Acknowledge (ACA) PPDU
B.4.8 Presentation Data (TD) PPDU
B.4.9 Presentation Typed Data (TTD) PPDU
B.4.10 Expedited Data (TE) PPDU
B.4.11 Capability Data (TC) PPDU
B.4.12 Capability Data Acknowledge (TCC) PPDU
B.4.13 Resynchronize (RS) PPDU
B.4.14 Resynchronize Acknowledge (RSA) PPDU
B.5 Support of Syntaxes
B.5.1 Transfer Syntaxes Supported
B.5.2 Abstract Syntaxes Supported
B.6 Meaning of Conditional Statements
C. ISPICS Requirements List of Session, for the use
       by ROSE and CMISE
C.1 General
C.2 Supported Functions, Protocol Mechanisms and
       Initiator/Responder Capabilities
C.2.1 Supported Functions
C.2.2 Protocol Mechanisms
C.2.3 Initiator/Responder Capabilities
C.3 Supported SPDUs
C.3.1 Kernel Functional Unit
       C.3.1.1 Sending/Receiving by Initiator
       C.3.1.2 Sending/Receiving by Responder
C.3.2 Negotiated Release Functional Unit
C.3.3 Half Duplex Functional Unit
C.3.4 Duplex Functional Unit
C.3.5 Expedited Data Functional Unit
C.3.6 Typed Data Functional Unit
C.3.7 Capability Data Functional Unit
C.3.8 Minor Synchronize Functional Unit
C.3.9 Symmetric Synchronize Functional Unit
C.3.10 Major Synchronize Functional Unit
C.3.11 Resynchronize Functional Unit
C.3.12 Exceptions Functional Unit
C.3.13 Activity Management Functional Unit
C.4 Supported Parameters
C.4.1 Connect (CN) SPDU
C.4.2 Overflow Accept (OA) SPDU
C.4.3 Connect Data Overflow (CDO) SPDU
C.4.4 Accept (AC) SPDU
C.4.5 Refuse (RF) SPDU
C.4.6 Finish (FN) SPDU
C.4.7 Disconnect (DN) SPDU
C.4.8 Not Finished NF) SPDU
C.4.9 Abort (AB) SPDU
C.4.10 Abort Accept (AA) SPDU
C.4.11 Data Transfer (DT) SPDU
C.4.12 Expedited Data (EX) SPDU
C.4.13 Typed Data (TD) SPDU
C.4.14 Capability Data (CD) SPDU
C.4.15 Capability Data ACK (CDA) SPDU
C.4.16 Give Tokens (GT) SPDU
C.4.17 Please Tokens (PT) SPDU
C.4.18 Minor Sync Point (MIP) SPDU
C.4.19 Minor Sync Ack (MIA) SPDU
C.4.20 Major Sync Point (MAP) SPDU
C.4.21 Major Sync Ack (MAA) SPDU
C.4.22 Resynchronize (RS) SPDU
C.4.23 Resynchronize Ack (RA) SPDU
C.4.24 Prepare (PR) SPDU
C.4.25 Exception Report (ER) SPDU
C.4.26 Exception Data (ED) SPDU
C.4.27 Give Tokens Confirm (GTC) SPDU
C.4.28 Give Tokens Ack (GTA) SPDU
C.4.29 Activity Start (AS) SPDU
C.4.30 Activity Resume (AR) SPDU
C.4.31 Activity Interrupt (AI) SPDU
C.4.32 Activity Interrupt Ack (AIA) SPDU
C.4.33 Activity Discard (AD) SPDU
C.4.34 Activity Discard Ack (ADA) SPDU
C.4.35 Activity End (AE) SPDU
C.4.36 Activity End Ack (AEA) SPDU
C.5 Meaning of Conditional Statements

Specifies how the OSI Common Management Information Service Element (CMISE) combined with the OSI Remote Operation Service Element (ROSE) will be used to give a basic subset of operation and notification services to the CMISE service users of two end systems. Defines the support livel of the OSI management communication features needed by implementations for providing the kernel functional unit only.

Renumbers and supersedes BS ISO/IEC ISP 11183-3. 1995 version incorporates amendment 8657 to BS ISO/IEC ISP 11183-3 Supersedes 91/68304 DC. (10/2005)
British Standards Institution

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